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World War II Isolation or Involvement Document Analysis

World War II Isolation or Involvement Document Analysis
World War II Isolation or Involvement Document Analysis
World War II Isolation or Involvement Document Analysis
World War II Isolation or Involvement Document Analysis
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This assignment is very helpful at helping students practice discerning difference in viewpoints as well as serving as a good conversation starter about the difference of opinion that existed in the US in the early 1940s regarding our potential involvement in WWII. Included are four different documents (one isolationist political cartoon, one interventionist political cartoon, a speech excerpt, and a propaganda poster) and a one page response sheet that asks students to first determine if the document is from an isolationist or an interventionist perspective and secondly asks students to explain what made them draw that conclusion. This assignment can be used either as a quick supplemental document based questioning assignment or as an introduction to the topic of isolation vs. involvement in world affairs.
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